§ 71.33  PERSONAL PERMIT; ISSUANCE; RENEWAL. 
   (A)   The City Clerk shall take an application, on a form provided by the Department of Motor Vehicles, from a handicapped or disabled person or temporarily handicapped or disabled person or his or her parent, legal guardian, or foster parent for a permit which will entitle the holder thereof or a person driving a motor vehicle for the purpose of transporting the holder to park in those spaces or access aisles provided for by this subchapter when the holder of the permit will enter or exit the motor vehicle while it is parked in such spaces or access aisles.  For purposes of this section, the handicapped or disabled person or temporarily handicapped or disabled person shall be considered the holder of the permit.
   (B)   A person applying for a permit or for the renewal of a permit shall complete an application, shall provide proof of identity, and shall submit a completed medical form containing the statutory criteria for qualification and signed by a physician, physician assistant, or advanced practice registered nurse certifying that the person who will be the holder meets the definition of handicapped or disabled person or temporarily handicapped or disabled person.  No applicant shall be required to provide his or her social security number.  In the case of a temporarily handicapped or disabled person, the certifying physician, physician assistant, or advanced practice registered nurse shall indicate the estimated date of recovery or that the temporary handicap or disability will continue for a period of six months, whichever is less.
   (C)   A person may hold only one permit under this section and may hold either a permit under this section or a permit under § 71.34, but not both.
   (D)   A copy of the completed application form shall be given to each applicant.  The City Clerk shall submit to the Department of Motor Vehicles the name, address, and license number of all persons applying for a permit pursuant to this section.
   (E)   An application for the renewal of a permit under this section may be filed within 30 days prior to the expiration of the permit.  The existing permit shall be invalid upon receipt of the new permit.
   (F)   The City Clerk shall not accept the application for a permit of any person making application contrary to the provisions of Neb. RS 18-1738.02.
(1990 Code, § 5-413.03)  (Ord. 379, passed 5-19-1992; Ord. 543, passed 7-3-2001; Ord. 581, passed 7-1-2003)
Statutory reference:
   Related state law provisions, see Neb. RS 18-1738